Selling a 1970 Porsche 911 S Coupe
Always evolving and pushing the limits of innovation, performance and technology, Porsche would work tirelessly to perfect the 911. During the 1970 model year, more changes would come down the line. Most notably, the 1970 Porsche 911 S Coupe would become incrementally quicker; thanks to a 4mm larger bore that increased displacement to more than 2,165cc. This also increased horsepower and torque, and therefore clutch diameter. Now boasting a top speed of 144pmh with a base price of $8,675, the 911 S Coupe would grow quickly in popularity for its performance and affordability when compared to similar cars in the marketplace such as the Jaguar E-Type and the Chevy Corvette. Many buyers thought the Porsche was better built and gave owners a satisfying driving experience that was filled with excitement via finesse rather than brute force. Maybe these were the reasons you purchased your 911S?
1970 Porsche 911 S Coupe Seller’s Guide
When it comes time to sell your 1970 Porsche 911 S Coupe, it is important to remember what made you fall in love with the 911 S in the first place; then you should convey that message to buyers. One example is the longevity of Porsche cars. With more than 70% of all Porsches ever built still on the road today, buyers can have confidence knowing that Porsche mechanics are generally quite reliable. Another reason why the 911 S Coupe is such a great purchase is the absence of a convertible top. This may sound like a negative, however many buyers appreciate the Coupe for its protection from the elements and for the protection that the interior of the car receives by not being exposed to the sun. These are just a few of the perks you should convey to potential buyers.
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